Sarah Palin to Americans: The Obama Death Panel is Immortal

So much for CNN’s (Communist News Network) awarding their CNN leftist “Lie of the year” to Sarah Palin…

CNN ran with leftist Angie Drobnic Holan’s defense of the Socialist Death Panel in ObamaCare by declaring that characterization as a falsehood and distortion.

The Socialists Pretending
there is no such thing as their Death Panel?
Why am I not amazed? LOL

Sarah Palin to Americans:

Sarah Palin: Midnight Votes, Backroom Deals, and a Death Panel

December 22, 2009 at 7:52pm

Last weekend while you were preparing for the holidays with your family, Harry Reid’s Senate was making shady backroom deals to ram through the Democrat health care take-over. The Senate ended debate on this bill without even reading it. That and midnight weekend votes seem to be standard operating procedures in D.C. No one is certain of what’s in the bill, but Senator Jim DeMint spotted one shocking revelation regarding the section in the bill describing the Independent Medicare Advisory Board (now called the Independent Payment Advisory Board), which is a panel of bureaucrats charged with cutting health care costs on the backs of patients – also known as rationing. Apparently Reid and friends have changed the rules of the Senate so that the section of the bill dealing with this board can’t be repealed or amended without a 2/3 supermajority vote. Senator DeMint said:

“This is a rule change. It’s a pretty big deal. We will be passing a new law and at the same time creating a senate rule that makes it out of order to amend or even repeal the law. I’m not even sure that it’s constitutional, but if it is, it most certainly is a senate rule. I don’t see why the majority party wouldn’t put this in every bill. If you like your law, you most certainly would want it to have force for future senates. I mean, we want to bind future congresses. This goes to the fundamental purpose of senate rules: to prevent a tyrannical majority from trampling the rights of the minority or of future congresses.”

In other words, Democrats are protecting this rationing “death panel” from future change with a procedural hurdle. You have to ask why they’re so concerned about protecting this particular provision. Could it be because bureaucratic rationing is one important way Democrats want to “bend the cost curve” and keep health care spending down?

The Congressional Budget Office seems to think that such rationing has something to do with cost. In a letter to Harry Reid last week, CBO Director Douglas Elmendorf noted (with a number of caveats) that the bill’s calculations call for a reduction in Medicare’s spending rate by about 2 percent in the next two decades, but then he writes the kicker:

“It is unclear whether such a reduction in the growth rate could be achieved, and if so, whether it would be accomplished through greater efficiencies in the delivery of health care or would reduce access to care or diminish the quality of care.”

Though Nancy Pelosi and friends have tried to call “death panels” the “lie of the year,” this type of rationing – what the CBO calls “reduc[ed] access to care” and “diminish[ed] quality of care” – is precisely what I meant when I used that metaphor.

This health care bill is one of the most far-reaching and expensive expansions of the role of government into our lives. We’re talking about putting one-seventh of our economy under the government’s thumb. We’re also talking about something as intimate to our personal well-being as medical care.

This bill is so unpopular that people on the right and the left hate it. So why go through with it? The Senate is planning to vote on this on Christmas Eve. Why the rush? Though we will begin paying for this bill immediately, we will see no benefits for years. (That’s the trick that allowed the CBO to state that the bill won’t grow the deficit for the next ten years.)

The administration’s promises of transparency and bipartisanship have been broken one by one. This entire process has been defined by midnight votes on weekends, closed-door meetings with industry lobbyists, and payoffs to politicians willing to sell their principles for sweetheart deals. Is it any wonder that Americans are so disillusioned with their leaders in Washington?

This is about politics, not health care. Americans don’t want this bill. Americans don’t like this bill. Washington has stopped listening to us. But we’re paying attention, and 2010 is coming.

– Sarah Palin

From Motivation: TRUTH

Too many so-called leaders are interested in straddling the fence, trying to keep everybody happy, and being wishy-washy. That does not define Governor Palin. Say what you want, but this woman is a leader. She will not sit down and shut up when she knows she’s right. She has led the conversation on health care reform, even causing wording in the bill to be changed when she called out death panels, for example. And though that death panel comment has recently been voted “lie of the year,” she came right back today and pointed her finger at legislators and their death panels once again.


Additional reading…

Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion:Representative Democracy Thrown Away In Senate Bill
HOTAiR: Palin: I told you so!
Heritage Foundation:Morning Bell: Obamacare’s Constitutional Problems Proliferating
Gateway Pundit:Nebraska Governor to Senator Nelson: Give Your Bribe Back to Harry Reid (Video)
Sister Toldjah:Senate Democrats continue to show blatant disregard for the Constitution and Alabama Blue Dog switches to the GOP
American Power:Jane Hamsher, Netroots’ Most Despised Hypocrite, Called Out Again!
Nice Deb:Lawmakers Only Now Finding Out ACORN Eligible For Funding In Senate HealthCare Bill and Democrats Wish Americans A Merry Christmas In Their Very Special Way
Frugal Café:America’s Very Statist Christmas Tree… White House Makes Political Statements, Again Ignoring Majority of Voters and Rep. Parker Griffith Throws Democrat Party into Yuletide Tailspin… Defection to GOP and Barack Obama’s Approval Lowest Ever Today… Merry Christmas, Mr. President and Olbermann Watch: Keith Olbermann Said Joe Lieberman Should Kill Himself Because of His Health Care Stance, and Other Scary Left-Wing Hate (audio/video)
Talk Wisdom:Liberal Media is Greatest Threat to Our Security
Michelle Malkin:Beltway Christmas: Cash for corruptocrats and Sign of the times: Nebraskans Jokerize Ben Nelson
Texas For Palin:Sarah Palin: “This is about politics, not health care”
Conservatives For Palin:Sarah Palin: Midnight Votes, Backroom Deals, and a Death Panel and Media Continues to Spin ‘Death Panel’ and Alan Reynolds: Death Panels? Sarah Palin Was Right
Recovering Liberal: Rick Moran fails the Palin Purity Blog Test and should be boycotted
Animal Farm: Healthcare, your Christmas present…
Boudica WPI: Have a very Mao Christmas, thanks Obama’s. WTF?
LisainTX’s Blog:
Code of Cloture in, Code of Ethics out
Diary of a Mad Conservative:MSNBC’s Matthews: Republicans Have Become ‘Party of the Confederacy’
Moonbat Patrol:Cold Day In Hell? and Americas Leadership Void And It’s Dangerous Fragmentation
SamHenry’s Blog:Exquisite Demagoguery – Senator Whitehouse’s Inciteful Senate Floor Speech
WarrantOneGirl:Merry Christmas
VotingFemale Speaks!:Merry Christmas Obama; hope you like your new record low of MINUS 21 Approval Index, so says Rasmussen and Rep Griffith flips Obama and Pelosi ‘the bird’; will announce his switch from DEM to Republican today
Temple of Mut:Praise the Lord, And Pass the Ammunition….
Dancing Czars:Just Another Outrage Hidden in the Health Care Bill and The “Science” Mantra and Change Nobody Believes In

Cato At Liberty: Death Panels? Sarah Palin Was Right

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54 Responses to Sarah Palin to Americans: The Obama Death Panel is Immortal

  1. samhenry says:

    Good Morning. Time to unfurl me from my bedsheets after a restless night adjusting to dogs!

    My yelling “SamHenry” will have to be the substitute for a canon.

    We make due as we can. God Bless All of You and God Bless America.

  2. samhenry says:

    What are your best Obama caught off-subject moments 0f 2009?

    Questions to ask yourself at the end of the decade in America:

    When midnight 2010 comes, does that mean Obama goes into the next decade with us?

    How DID we get so lucky to end the year with our country bleeding in a back alley in Chicago while Barack is logging up sky miles on air force one. He started the program so that after he leaves office, he will still get rides.

    Didn’t the attendees at the Global Warming gathering at Copenhagen notice that it was the Chicago Hot Air phenomenom that left a greater c02 footprint – even though Obama is a small shoesize.

    Where did all of our new dictator friends go? Where did our old friends in Europe go? Where did the pastry chef go?

    Is there a problem at the Whitehouse at 3:00 AM when the phone rings? Yes.The problem is the President. It’s a comfort that 911 in DC is now working with NORAD.

    Is it True that the President dials 911 just to talk with another fast talker?

    Why isn’t there any clutter on the President’s desk? He IS doing his job or are Congress, Axelrod and Rahm doing it for him.

    What exactly is a “birth certificate?” Is it like saying “is” is “is”?

    Is Barack Obama really racist? He is always looking down at Republicans and most of America.

    Does Airforce One have automatic pilot? Fine. Pilots jump first, the crew then other visitors. That done, the President will continue on his way until he hits the side of very tall mountain. Too bad, Barack, we hardly knew ye?

  3. VotingFemale says:

    Lisa previous posted:

  4. samhenry says:

    I love hearing Sarah Palin’s comforting words – that we are not wrong AND her leadership with knowing not only alternatives but the rembrance of what is Constitutional.

    I did hear one Senator say there is a Senate rule which puts them under time constraints. Apparently they were under those constraints when they called for a midnight session. I will look into it Christmas Day.

    Great Post VF, great Post by a GREAT CAT.

  5. VotingFemale says:

    Thank you SamH!

    samhenry says

    I love hearing Sarah Palin’s comforting words – that we are not wrong AND her leadership with knowing not only alternatives but the rembrance of what is Constitutional.

    I did hear one Senator say there is a Senate rule which puts them under time constraints. Apparently they were under those constraints when they called for a midnight session. I will look into it Christmas Day.

    Great Post VF, great Post by a GREAT CAT.

  6. samhenry says:

    I was blogging on the wrong post early this AM, VF so I transferred a couple of my early morning things here.

  7. VotingFemale says:

    Thank you for doing that, dear!

    samhenry says

    I was blogging on the wrong post early this AM, VF so I transferred a couple of my early morning things here.

  8. samhenry says:

    In a bit, I will be steaming over to Wegmans for my turkey and egg nog – the essentials in case that mid-west monster storm heads here.

    Belle – if your are watching – head it off, will you?

  9. samhenry says:

    [Print] [Email]
    Who’s responsible for the Senate’s middle-of-the-night vote?
    By: Byron York
    Chief Political Correspondent
    12/21/09 1:19 AM EST

    Why did the Senate gather at 1 a.m. Monday for a vote to move ahead on the Reid Amendment to the Democrats’ national health care bill? Democrats blame Republicans. “Everyone knows we’re here at one in the morning because of my friends on the other side of the aisle,” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said moments before the vote. On CBS Sunday, Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu said, “We don’t have to vote in the middle of the night, but [Republican Sen. Tom Coburn] is the one making us do it — not Harry Reid, not the Democrats. It is a Republican obstructionist that is making us vote in the middle of the night.”

    Coburn has no doubt slowed debate on the bill. But the fact is, there is no reason the Reid Amendment vote could not have been held at a more reasonable hour. One a.m. Monday was the earliest moment that Senate rules allowed a vote, but there is no rule keeping the Senate from voting at some time after 1 a.m. If Reid had scheduled the vote for, say, 11 a.m. Monday, that would have been fine. If he scheduled it for 4 p.m. Monday, or 10 a.m. Tuesday, that would have been fine, too.

    But Reid is determined to pass the national health care bill by Christmas, and to do so he has to get the cloture vote on his amendment done at the earliest moment. The timeline is Reid’s and Reid’s alone. “The bottom line is, Sen. Reid schedules the floor,” says one well-connected GOP aide. “He is the only one who can schedule the floor.” If Reid had scheduled the vote during business hours on, say, Tuesday, a final vote would not have taken place until the day after Christmas — an outcome Reid apparently found unacceptable.

    This is how it works. Reid introduced his amendment Saturday morning. (It’s the one that has the Sen. Ben Nelson Medicaid buy-off and other curious features.) Senate rules say there has to be an intervening day between the introduction of the amendment and a vote on limiting debate on the amendment. That intervening day was Sunday. That meant the cloture vote could be held Monday, or any time thereafter. The rules also say that the vote has to be held at least one hour after that next day has begun. So the Senate’s Monday business began at 12:01 a.m., and the Reid Amendment vote could be held at 1:01 a.m. (As it happened, Reid himself spoke last, and his remarks went over the mark by six minutes.)

    After the middle-of-the-night vote, there will be a maximum of 30 hours debate on the amendment. Then there will be a 30-hour period for a Republican substitute bill, followed by a 30-hour period on the final bill. Reid’s schedule calls for a final, final vote on the health care measure to take place at about 7 p.m. on Christmas Eve. Voila! The bill will be passed by Christmas. That couldn’t be done unless the Reid Amendment cloture vote were held in the earliest hours of Monday morning, setting off the final chain of votes and waiting periods. “This is purely to satisfy a self-imposed, arbitrary deadline,” says the GOP aide.

    By the way, when the 1 a.m. vote took place, the Reid Amendment had been public for about 36 hours, and the public had not had a single business day to examine it. “Make no mistake,” said Minority Leader Mitch McConnell a few minutes before the vote. “If the people who wrote this bill were proud of it, they wouldn’t be forcing this vote in the dead of night.” Referring to the Nelson buy-off and other special arrangements in the bill, McConnell said few people would have imagined that the health care debate would have ended “with a couple of cheap deals and a rushed vote at one o’clock in the morning.”

    But that’s what happened. In the end, to no one’s surprise, the Reid Amendment moved ahead, 60-40, on a straight party-line vote. Democrats can blame Sen. Coburn and Republicans all they like, but the fact is, there is no reason, beyond the Christmas deadline, that the vote had to take place at 1 a.m.

  10. samhenry says:

    The reference for the above I found for you.

    I keep getting bumped to the wrong post – mea culpa somewhere along the line.

  11. samhenry says:

    The OTHER argument for moving the Senate vote up: OMG everyone wants to be home for Christmas and they will not make it if they don’t leave soon because of the monster storm coming this way.

    Wake up, fellas. Unless you left today, you probably won’t make it anyway – or you will be delayed here. I personally don’t want you Dems stinking up the airports on the East Coast. It’s our Christmas and our airspace.

  12. samhenry says:

    Now to that important rule change SP emphasized. To slip that into future legislation would mean Congress could stay adjourned and Nancy and Harry would run things.

    I don’t hear the Republicans screaming do I?

  13. samhenry says:

    The Weekly Standard

    Tuesday, December 22, 2009
    An Intriguing Long Shot: Could Massachusetts Save Us From Obamacare?

    A TWS reader e-mails:

    “Hey Mr. Kristol, is there some supersecret plot to ignore the Massachusetts Senatorial election scheduled for JANUARY 19, where an actual REPUBLICAN has a chance to become the 41ST member of the Republican caucus, which might find it in its interest to…persuade a certain Senatorial election committee to pay attention to the race or send money or have actual prominent Republican types come to the state to campaign for the very telegenic State Sen. Scott Brown, who’s running against an undistinguished mouse of a Dem Party apparatchick who’s so pro-abortion she’s almost promising to do the procedure herself and doesn’t carry the last name of Kennedy?

    Just askin’!”

    He signs himself, “Perhaps Inordinately Hopefully Yours.”

    He is perhaps inordinately hopeful. But he’s right: the health care bill wouldn’t come back to the Senate from the House (if a new version passes the House—which as I argued earlier, isn’t a laydown) until after January 19th. So a 41st Republican senator could stop Obamacare.

    Now, of course the Democrat Martha Coakley is the overwhelming favorite. But someone might want to commission a poll in Massachusetts to see what might happen if the Senate race could be made a referendum on Obamacare. Brown and Coakley debated last night, and they clashed on the health care bill. But so far as I can tell, Brown didn’t emphasize that by electing him, the voters of Massachusetts have a chance to save the country from Obamacare. What if there were a massive independent expenditure that made that point? I bet Obamacare isn’t popular even in Massachusetts. And it would be novelistically satisfying if the Democrats lost Ted Kennedy’s seat on the issue of government-run health care, thereby dooming…government-run health care.

  14. rosehips says:

    hey SH Hope you don’t get pounded. We have skirted most snowstorms thus far. There is less than an inch on the ground and it was soggy at that until this morning when our thaw has turned to freezing.

    lisa, that is a powerful vid. I went to Media Matters website. It’s like the Fox of the Far Left. hahaha

    okay maybe its the WND of the left.

    (Wild Rose backs up slowly. Lays down her tape recorder. Takes off headphones.)

    this from their website:
    Media Matters for America is a Web-based, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) progressive research and information center dedicated to comprehensively monitoring, analyzing, and correcting conservative misinformation in the U.S. media.

  15. VotingFemale says:

    terrific Find, SamH!

    SamH says

    The Weekly Standard

    Tuesday, December 22, 2009
    An Intriguing Long Shot: Could Massachusetts Save Us From Obamacare?

  16. samhenry says:

    I cannot believe that a Senate rule change could have the effect of governing implemention and/or repeal of a law.

    It is a Senate rule.

  17. samhenry says:

    This Commission will determine what doctor you see via rejecting permissions. That is not what Obama promised.

    Wake me from this nightmare.

  18. samhenry says:

    GREAT things for the GREAT CAT

  19. VotingFemale says:

    WND would be a bit more fare comparison to MM.ORG which is clearly an Obama “Truth Squad Soros Funded” Communist effort to try to change fact into fiction…

    are there ever any conservative misinformations? of course! but that isn’t the real point… their goal is making Liberal Misinformations trump truth.

  20. rosehips says:

    VF, thanks for posting this. I learned something new from Sarah. The Independent Medicare Advisory Board is now called Independent Payment Advisory Board.

    It seems like it is coming down to a game of semantics. Is preventing the board’s repeal a procedural change or a rule change. Has it been done before like the Chair said?

    I have to hand it to Sarah. Her “death panel” metaphor has been super effective. You betcha!

    I think the label is a bit unfair. I think the general purpose for the board is good. There must be some mechanism to control costs. I don’t know what would be better.

  21. samhenry says:

    CAT – I am drawing a blank on WND.

    Washing News Daily?

  22. samhenry says:


    Better than the Independent Payment Advisory Board (a ring of single payor) would be to legislate caps on costs rather than caps on services needed. They can do that without changing a thing.

  23. LisaInTX says:

    Good morning all and to VF!!
    Gonna be another fly by right now….
    headed to fix breakfast for that boy for when he gets up….:-}

    I found that video of the “Rabid kid” last night—there was no mention of IF the parent/s have been held accountable for the making of it, but I HOPE they are and SOON! What they did to that kid is what we saw happening with older “rabid animal like humans” on IReport on a daily basis.

    Soros is evil and greedy to the core

  24. m2 says:

    And the Socialist/Marxists talking heads said it was INEVITABLE!

    Maybe the senate vote is, but seems that there is still trouble in La-La-Land for our Socialist/Marxist Congressional Representatives:

    The White House privately anticipates health care talks to slip into February — past President Barack Obama’s first State of the Union address — and then plans to make a “very hard pivot” to a new jobs bill, according to senior administration officials.

    Obama has been told that disputes over abortion and the tight schedule are highly likely to delay a final deal, a blow to the president, who had hoped to trumpet a health care victory in his big speech to the nation. But he has also been told that House Democratic leaders seem inclined, at least for now, to largely accept the compromise worked out in the Senate, virtually ensuring he will eventually get a deal.

  25. samiam60 says:

    Wolf using keen sense of smell is able to track down moving VF blog posts.

    Better luck losing me next time VF. lol

  26. m2 says:

    My guess is, Obuttnugget was gonna get publically embarressed in his State of the Dis-Union, about all his Tyrannical legislation and failed economic Communist agenda…

    And pushing through what is Obviously a bill that breaks a million laws, and was set to be Uber-Challenged on it’s Constitutionality by thousands of willing American Patriots!


  27. samiam60 says:

    Sarah Palin not only coined the phrase “Death Panels” but put into the American Vocabulary a term that has come to define the Obama Administration.

    There is a God and Sarah Palin is a believer.

  28. rosehips says:

    lisa, enjoy the homecoming!

    and btw, I used to have some cling-0n decals from Media Matters. This was about when they were started I think…2004. You put them on tv sets. I don’t remember what they said exactly. Something to the effect that you shouldn’t believe anything you see on t.v.
    Unless of course they tell you to. lol

  29. rosehips says:

    SH, caps on costs vs. caps on services. how can you cut costs and not cap services especially when services are going up so dang high?

  30. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning Lisa, M2, SamH 🙂

  31. Foxwood says:

    Morning Lisa, M2, SamH!


    I like all kinds of music. I played classical violin as a child.

  32. rosehips says:

    dang, I gotta go get ready to go to town. just when i was getting warmed up.

    Maybe I can pop in for a few more in a bit before I fly….

    Heya m2!

  33. Foxwood says:

    Sami, I’d expect that in the Mens Room, but I think VF is gonna want you to wash that off the floor.

  34. m2 says:

    Morning all!

    So, another month for those greedy Dems to secure bribes and pretend that’s what American People want. Wahhhh… wahhhhh we didn’t get our 100 Million pork project! WAHHHH.

  35. rosehips says:

    oh and SH, WND is World Net Daily, but you prolly know that by now…

  36. m2 says:

    “Poor Bambi, seems he’s having a hard time for things going his way,the folks know the B+ he gave himself was BS.”

  37. LisaInTX says:

    Good morning Foxwood
    Well I gotta run for now y’all
    If I don’t get a chance to get back on
    Merry Christmas my friends

  38. m2 says:

    ha ha ha ha….

    I wonder if BO will pat himself on the back over his top 10 foreign policy ‘accomplishments’:

    1. Surrendering to Russia over missile defence.
    2. Appeasing the mullahs of Iran.
    3. Ending the war on terror.
    4. Announcing a surge while declaring an exit.
    5. Apologizing to France for America’s “arrogance.”
    6. Giving DVDs to the British Prime Minister.
    7. Siding with Marxists in Honduras.
    8. Bowing to emperors and kings.
    9. Embracing genocidal killers in Sudan.
    10. Throwing Churchill out of the White House.

  39. m2 says:

    Merry Christmas, Lisa!

  40. m2 says:

    IF The Feds Pass Health Care, The States Can Pass THIS ONE LAW and END the National Nightmare
    self | December 22, 2009 | Uncle Sham

    Posted on Tuesday, December 22, 2009 10:12:12 PM by Uncle Sham

    The feds seem hell-bent on shoving Obamacare down the throats of Americans who by a three to one margin want no part of. It’s up to the States themselves to step forward and defend their citizens from this unprecedented attack on our liberties. A “Usurper Detection Act” would be the easiest way to do this.

    Since it appears that the judicial branch is intent on abandoning it’s duty to uphold the Constitution, perhaps it’s time for the states themselves to individually pass legislation that will protect their citizens from the actions of anyone who illegally occupies the Oval office.

    There is nothing to prevent a state from passing a law requiring that the President must file his PROOF of meeting eligibility requirements with the state and that such a filing is open to public challenge in court.

    Such a law could stipulate that any legislation signed by a President who refuses or is unable to meet this requirement to file shall be declared null and void within the borders of the state. No orders affecting any of the states citizens from such a usurper would have legal standing within the borders of the state. In addition, the act could command all legislators at the national level to institute whatever legal mechanism is required to challenge the standing of such a usurper.

    It seems to me, any state-passed law that ENFORCES the Constitution would be judged as “Constitutional”. Perhaps this can be done through a ballot initiative if the legislators refuse to look into it. We do not have to WAIT until the next Presidential election to handcuff a possible usurper. This can be done NOW and immediately protect a state’s citizens from having to live with ILLEGALLY made legislation or orders.

  41. samhenry says:

    Wolf, I have had the same problem. I have been being bumped to the wrong post. I think it must be a WP problem.. I am having display problems on my blog stats page.

  42. m2 says:

    How many posts did VF write this morning? I just logged on my computer…

    SH, the top ten was from a UK Paper- and the other comment was posted on Politico’s message board.

    Seems the tide has turned folks.

    The left only had about a good 6 months of hiding their agenda before the entire WORLD caught on.

    They just can’t help themselves, can they?

  43. Foxwood says:

    More from our Liar in Chief…

  44. VotingFemale says:


    they do a lot of good but are unafraid of going out on an extreme right pointing limb from time to time.

    samhenry says

    CAT – I am drawing a blank on WND.

    Washing News Daily?

  45. m2 says:

    I have to refute the assumption the WND is “akin” to Media Matters in any shape and form… actually Media Matters exists SOLELY to cover the tracks of details exposed by the media. All they do is DEFENSE. And because of that, you can effectively say it is all propaganda, especially being controlled by Soros and started by Hillary Clinton.

    Without the True independent, private and public Media, Media Matters would have no reason to exist.

    They exist solely to defame and criticize anyone who uncovers details about their left wing political class.

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  47. AFVET says:

    To put it bluntly, Obama is thugging his way to a dictatorship.
    We have to wait until the election cycle of 2010.
    The behind the scenes crap that is happening is obviously unconstitutional, and they don’t care about the feelings of the American People.

    The bills that are being passed in the house and senate are designed to neuter states rights to restrict federal control over the states ability to govern the the affairs of the state.

    You see it now.
    Extortion to the state reps to pass massive spending, socialistic, mandates to the taxpayer.

    And the Pimps in the house and senate prostitute the American People, who want answers on the contents of what WE ARE TOLD TO PAY FOR are told to go away.

    I forgot, the big Pimp that is laughing at the American People from the White House.

  48. LisaInTX says:

    LMAO!!! Hahahahaaa

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